Renault Captur gets priced in France image

The French based automaker Renault has announced the official price list of the Captur on its local auto market, where the crossover can now be yours from 15, 500 euros.

The Renault Captur is the company’s answer to the new B-segment crossovers produced by Vauxall / Opel, the Mokka, the Peugeot, with its 2008, by Chevy with the Trax, by Ford with the EcoSport and by the Nissan partner, with the Juke. The Renault Captur can now be ordered in France where the carmaker is offering it in four trim levels, the Life, the Zen, the Business and the Intens, with the cheapest one being priced from just 15,000 euros.

The Renault Captur Life is getting the Tce90 engine under its hood, which is burning just 4.9 liters of fuel every 100 km and it’s emitting 114 g/km of CO2. If you’re into the Zen, you should know that the version equipped with the same engine can be yours from 17,400 euros. The Business isn’t coming with the Tce90 but the top of the line Intens is, and it can be ordered from 19,100 euros. The most expensive version of the Renault Captur is the Intens dCi 90 EDC, which has been priced at 22,700 euros.